Question about HP Pavilion a220n (DK218A#ABA) PC Desktop
This can be due to several things and usually its the last change you made. When you try to turn it on, do you see the fan moving on the power suppy (rear of computer) If this fan is not on I would suspect the powersupply. A power supply can give you a lighton the front and not supply enough power to start the computer.
Next i would remove the cover of the computer (usually two or three phillips screws on the back) and physically inspect all the cables and add-in cards and make sure they are all fully in thier sockets.
If you have added memory recently, a wrong voltage or speed could cause a non-booting system.
check these things and post again if this doesnt help .
These are only a couple steps , but the first steps you should take after trying to boot into safe mode unsuccessfully .
There will be more to check if this does not work, so dont rate untill we solve the issue..
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